It looks like the Republican nominating process is even more of a mess than we already knew it was. In fact, there is a chance that it isn’t actually over yet.
For example, first Romney was declared the winner in Iowa, then Santorum, and now it looks like Ron Paul actually won.
In 1920, Warren G. Harding had the fewest delegates of any candidate going into the Republican National Convention, but ten ballots later he was nominated and went on to win the presidency in a 60% to 34% landslide. Could Ron Paul do the same thing?